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Capacitance gain using conductive core for inductors [closed]

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Closed as unclear by Olin Lathrop‭ on Sep 19, 2021 at 18:39

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I have learnt that if we have 2 parallel conductive plates and we seperate them the capacitance is increased if we put a good conductor between the plates.

Now the resonant frequency of a inductor(1mH) is about 100kHz which doesnt make it practical for application when the desired output frequency is at the Hz range.

The capacitance of such an inductor is somewhat close to 0.1pF.If we have a inductor with a conducting core is the capacitance of the inductor increased and if yes can it reach 1mF so it will be usefull for low Hz applications?

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